Inadequate Training Compensation Claims
Whether you work for the public or private sector, your employer has a legal responsibility to ensure that you are protected from any risks that are associated with your role and the environment you work in. Part of this responsibility is to ensure that you receive the full and correct training in order to prevent avoidable injuries at work.
Whilst this is normally exactly what happens, there are occasions where inadequate or even no training at all is issued. If this is the case, we can provide expert legal advice, support and care. Typical circumstances we see claims arise out of inadequate training include:
- Warehouse staff who have not been trained in correct manual handling techniques which can lead to back injuries.
- Machine operators who have not been shown how to correctly operate the machine they use and any safety precautions they have to take.
- Employees given tasks to do that they are not qualified to do.
Specialists in Inadequate Training Claims
Our dedicated workplace accident solicitors have a reputation for being highly successful in regards to insufficient training accident claims and aim to deliver the maximum compensation you deserve. We deal with a variety of workplace cases against every type of employer ranging from the NHS, local authorities, construction, manufacturing right down to local plumbers or electricians.
- Led by Law Society Personal Injury Panel Member Jane Woodcock and Karen Smith, each has over 20 years’ experience of handling cases involving serious injuries requiring long term rehabilitation support.
- The wider team of personal injury solicitors specialise in all types of personal injury and are experts in dealing with the varying complexities that may arise from an accident at work claim.
- Regardless of your injuries, we have a team of specialists dedicated to providing the legal advice and guidance you need to carry on with your life.
The Personal Injury Accreditation covers all work undertaken by solicitors and suitably qualified fellows and members of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx), on behalf of victims and their dependants, who have suffered personal injuries or fatal injuries as a result of an alleged act of negligence or breach of statutory duty.
Making an Inadequate Traing Claim
All employers have a legal obligation to ensure that these circumstances do not occur by providing the correct training for the task you are employed to carry out.
If you feel you have not been given the correct training which has resulted in an accident or injury at work, please contact our expert solicitors today. We will take the worry and hassle out of making a claim. All claims have a time limit, so don’t delay.
Our Inadequate Training Claims Experts
How much will my claim cost?
All inadequate training cases taken on by Hudgell Solicitors are handled on a no win no fee basis. This means that you will not have to pay any money up front and there will be no financial risk if your case is unsuccessful.
If your case is successful, you will only be expected to pay a contribution to your solicitor’s fees once the case has been resolved. The costs paid are usually a percentage of the compensation awarded and will be agreed before your case is carried out.Find out more